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Wouldn’t it be nice if you could take the programming skills you already have – the knowledge that has taken years to master – and find a way to easily apply those same skills to another area of technology development? Of course it would. Even better if those skills could be applied to a hot technology that everyone is focusing on right now.
Embedded deep learning for a better night’s sleep? This might be the coziest-sounding use of a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor we’ve ever heard of.
Meet Qualcomm Developer of the month Evan Shapiro, and his company Knit Health, Inc.
Your MCU design is good; your MCU design with Wi-Fi connectivity for IoT would be even better.
In other words, it’s good that you’ve built a microcontroller application that controls temperature, for example. But now your customers say, “Add Wi-Fi connectivity so we can control temperature from anywhere in the world.”
Do you really want to implement Wi-Fi yourself?
Thought not. That’s a build-or-buy question that’s pretty easy to answer.
About 150 employees from Qualcomm® Technologies, Inc. – engineers, program and product managers, IT administrators, programmers, a few VPs and our CIO – attended The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC) in Houston last month. That’s up from 80 of us last year and 12 of us the year before that.
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